University of Genoa Polytechnic School
Antonio Camurri coordinates the EnTimeMent EU project with the LASG. He holds a PhD in Computer Engineering and is a professor at the University of Genoa, teaching Human Computer Interaction courses for the MS in Computer Engineering and MS in Digital Humanities. As art influences science and technology, science and technology can in turn inspire art — recognizing this mutually beneficial relationship, Camurri’s research interests combine scientific research in human-computer interaction with artistic and humanistic research, and includes non-verbal multimodal interactive systems; computational models of non-verbal full-body expressive gesture, emotion, and social signals; interactive multimodal systems for performing arts, for active experience of cultural content, for health, therapy and rehabilitation. Antonio Camurri is the Scientific director of Casa Paganini – InfoMus Research Centre of DIBRIS, former member of the Executive Committee of the IEEE CS Tech. Committee on Computer Generated Music, member of the editorial board of the Journal of New Music Research, and member of the ESF College of Expert Reviewers. He is coordinator of European funded projects in FP5 (IST MEGA), FP7 (ICT SAME, ICT FET SIEMPRE) and Horizon 2020 (DANCE; FET PROACTIVE EnTimeMent), Principal Investigator in over 20 EU-funded projects, and Co-director of ARIEL – Augmented Rehabilitation Joint Lab with the Giannina Gaslini Children Hospital. Camurri has authored over 150 scientific publications and co-owns several patents.